Sardines, Telephones, Tax Avoiders, Axes, Whiskey, Flowers and more Sardines.
Years may pass and tastes may change, but Agatha Christie remains as fashionable as ever.
A dodgy MP, a new and potentially dangerous drug and a mysterious whistle-blower.
If someone were to ask me what BREXIT (the show) was all about, I’d find it difficult to sum it up in a few words.
Smashing the hetero-patriarchy with occasional assistance from the audience, Annabelszki provided a smorgasbord of stand-up, sketch comedy and spoken word to an appreciative audien…
It was the well-designed poster, an excellent homage to Hammer Horror films from the past, that caught my eye and had me take darkened alleyways, hustle past begging urchins and gi…
Exciting, emotional and, most importantly, entertaining, Margo and Mr Whatsit is the tale of eight-and-a-half-year-old Sophia and her imaginary friend Mr Whatsit, an inseparable du…
It’s rare when the title of a show manages to effectively review itself.
Start with a few cold-reading tricks, dash in some sleight
of hand, add in a heavy dose of comedy on top and you’ve got the recipe to make
any mind-reading show come out well.
Sink your teeth into this immersive performance of Dracula from Brief Hiatus, which takes audiences
on a tour of Preston Manor through dimly lit corridors and opulent dining halls…
Wait until Dark is
a claustrophobic thriller which finds increasingly clever ways to complicate
the limited single setting of a basement apartment.
To bully or be bullied?
That is the question.
An adventure set on the
high seas that is story-telling at its very finest.
Charming, comedic cold-reading coupled with misdirection and
mind-reading in a show that entertains without breaking new boundaries.
A show aimed squarely at the date-night crowd that’s silly
and fun, providing its mainly female audience with plenty of laughs in this
Otherplace Productions Ltd, better known as the production company behind The Warren and Electric Avenue at Brighton Fringe has recently announced that it has appointed liquidators...
With so many shows to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start so here’s ten must-see shows at Vault Festival:
A brand new night at Brighton's biggest comedy venue starts this April as Komedia teams up with comedy producers Berk's Nest whose previous shows shows include the Edinburgh Comedy...
As one of the heavy hitters at Brighton Fringe, Sweet Venues have announced they doubling their number of spaces in 2018 with two new venues.
Another stellar year of entertainment at Brighton Fringe has once again made choosing the winner of the coveted Broadway Bobby incredibly difficult.
May Bank Holiday weekend can only mean one thing; Brighton Fringe is almost upon us.
saw 10 shows that will be selling out shortly, this week brings 10 shows that
might be currently flying under the radar, but not for very much longer.
With Easter on the horizon it’s time to turn attention to
Brighton Fringe with a look at some shows that are likely to sell out. Book
early – you have been warned.
Comedy from Jerry Sadowitz, mime from Trygve Wakensha and music from U.
After hundreds of shows, thousands of performers and a month of the most exciting shows from around the corner and around the world, Brighton Fringe is almost over.
It’s the halfway point for Brighton Fringe and there are still hundreds of shows left to see.
German theatre isn't well known outside Germany.
A smash hit at the 2015 Prague Fringe, this is the portrayal of a complex man who thought of himself as a genius and ended up being a clown in the eyes of the world as The Gra...
Weekends are when Brighton Fringe truly comes alive.
Gentleman Juggler and unwitting clown Tim Bat performs his impressive repertoire of amazing tricks with aplomb.
Exploring humanity’s eternal fascination with the skies through the eyes of this playful and dynamic young ensemble, The Girl Who Fell in Love with the Moon is a dark, Tim Burton...
Katy Matthews tells us about Un-titled, her play about art, told by art.
Ally Cologna tells up about Birthday in Suburbia, a rich mixture of clown, dark comedy and rich visual imagery.
Elsie Diamond, international burlesque performer, compere and singer, presents her one woman show, and talks to us about vintage looks, a bygone era and her famous erotic sewing sc...
Tom Veryzer talks to us about his pixie-fuelled comedy riot packed with adventure, mischief, stand-up comedy and storytelling and leaves us wondering exactly was a fun-splosio...
Inspired by Elliot Rodger’s manifesto, Ballistic is a one-man tour-de-force about the life of a loner & the vulnerabilities & violent capabilities of a young man today.
Eva tells a comedic story of love, frankfurters, the other Eva and de-bunks the bunker story once and for all.
Neil has a story to tell.
West End performer, Sharon Sexton, stars as broadway legend Liza Minnelli recounting tales, secrets and blasting through her famous hits.
Award winning, comedic dance-theatre duo present their new show and we’ve been talking to them to find out a little bit more.
Shortlisted for the Brighton Award for Excellence at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015, Jody Trehy talks about singing, 12 foot tall alien lizards and never leaving your wallet off-stage
Set in an airport, Blooming Surprise takes you on an unexpected journey into your heart, where hope blooms, ever fresh.
On his 400th anniversary, can Shakespeare help a father and child explore each other’s worlds? We talked to Rory and Simon Waterfield discussing how the bard inspired their ...
After months of waiting, Brighton Fringe opened its doors
last night with the launches of three major venues.
A one man musical about a trans woman in 1970s NYC. This is Tanner Efinger's new play receives its world premiere at Brighton Fringe.
Nye Russell-Thompson invites you to take a look into the mind of a man who stammers in this dark comedy that was nominated for a Total Theatre award at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe.
Lorraine Mullaney is an experienced writer and journalist whose last show was shortlisted for New Writing South's Best New Play award. She talks to us about her latest dark comedy.
Captivating close-up magic from this charming, comedic magician.
Matt Green once spent six hours in a car with Harvey Keitel.
This year marks the dawn of Republic.
We talk to the kid-rocking, dance-loving DJ Monski Mouse about her disco-dancing extravaganza perfect for under fives (and their parents too)
With close to 300 different
comedy shows at the Brighton Fringe, you might find yourself a bit over-whelmed
by the choice.
Fringe’s month long arts festival kicks off this Friday, 6 May, with several
unmissable shows and a spectacular fireworks display at The Warren.
Need something to keep the kids occupied this half-term? Looking for shows that suit parents and kids alike? We’ve trawled Brighton Fringe and discovered some perfect shows for 4...
Hundreds of shows, thousands of performers and one unique
The Dukebox Theatre are looking for a plethora of Open Mic Brighton based performers to grace their stage this Brighton Fringe.
Expectantly waiting for the Brighton Fringe? Then we’ve got the perfect antidote.
Brighton Fringe has officially launched.
Comedy from Max and Ivan, music from Cassetteboy and DJ Rubbish, cabaret from Le Gateau Chocolate and world premieres galore are among the many highlights at the 2016 Brighton Frin...
The iconic purple cow makes its first trip overseas and has taken up residency at the harbour front in Hong Kong.
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